Guilin Seeks to Expand Tourism

Guilin, a city in the Guangxi province, is a destination renowned for its unique scenery of Karst topography in south China. The destination is hoping to bring in more international visitors through several initiatives, including expanding international flight arrivals and seeking favorable visa policies from the central government of China. Last year, more than 1.9 million overseas tourists visited the city, but they hope to expand the amount of visitors in the coming years. To read more about Guilin’s goals, go to: http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2013-03/27/content_16347685.htm.

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